Mollina Chair designed by Park Associati
Establish in 2000 by Filippo Pagliani and Michele Rossi, PARK ASSOCIATI is an architectural design studio which deals with a big scale. The investigation into the characteristics and flows in urban places types the basis of a lot of jobs for the tertiary, creating and domestic industries. Equally vital for the center is the preparation of interiors which pays very close attention to both workmanship and design. This takes on a transversal approach to the preparation procedure and a vision that seeks to interrelate societies and specializations, explores brand-new modern technologies and is sensitive to the issues of sustainability and power conserving. Such a method opens up new possibilities in terms of range and vision, and on each event gives rise to initial compositional landscapes where architecture, location, innovation and materials integrate to create different spatial kinds. The projects on metropolitan and architectonic scale underline the aptitude of PARK ASSOCIATI to research solutions that could combine neighborhood identification and technological development, this is verified by the current awards in competitors and adhering to recognized tasks. The projects of PARK ASSOCIATI have actually been showed in numerous exhibitions and published in Italian and worldwide magazines.Mollina ChairThis chair marks the debut, for Driade, of Park Associati. Designers made use of to handle "room", Park Associati introduce an illumination and purposefully "trasparent" seat. Each part is understood in the "perfect" product to reach this purpose: metal for the a little inflected legs and for the armrests, polyurethane for the shell, but the resulting overall photo is unitary. The profile of the seat is light in weight, yet accepting. Even the shades selections, varying from white to off-white, around grey, show their determination to participate in with classy discernment.Ibla - Pendant luminaryPendant luminary made for office spaces. A solitary layer of white Corian remembering sinuous and delicate kinds of origami. When the light is off, Ibla is a really great diffuser for direct and indirect illumination and an outstanding item of style.